Our research covers a wide range of modern astrophysics. We have particular expertise in radio-mm observational astronomy but we also make observations at a wide range of other wavelengths and combine these with theory and modelling.
Cosmology is the study of the Universe as a whole rather than individual objects. It involves the study of the origins and ultimate fate of the Universe constrained using observations of the Cosmic Microwave Background and Large-Scale Structure.
Pulsars and Time Domain Astrophysics is research group involved in a wide range of projects associated with the study of time variable sources such as pulsars, planets, novae and fast transients.
The SSG group focuses on understanding a wide range of astrophysical phenomena using the latest observational techniques, modelling, and theoretical tools. We cover a wide range of science areas including solar physics, stellar evolution, star and planet formation, and extragalactic astronomy.